Sunday, December 18, 2005

CFP: The Alliance for Excellent Education in D.C.

The Alliance for Excellent Education is seeking proposals for its 2006 breakfast forums in Washington, D.C. These are events where policymakers, educators, researchers, advocates, the media, and others can learn about successful programs and practices in the nation's middle and high schools. Programs and practices in adolescent literacy, individual graduation plans and academic counseling, data-driven decision making, teacher recruitment and retention, performance incentives to improve teaching, and implementing college-preparatory curriculum and bringing struggling high school students to grade level are especially desired. Submit a one-page proposal to by January 23, 2006 with the subject line BREAKFAST PROPOSAL. Questions? Contact Jeremy Ayers at or 202-828-0828.

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